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SOURCE: https://note.com/team_building/n/nf3ec01385ebb

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Beautiful and Frightening: Mako Vice’s Bizarre Drawn Girls

Mako Vice is an artist, mangaka, and member of the creative association Gainen15. On her social networks Mako posts pictures with graceful but very specific ladies suffering from various mystical afflictions. One has worm-like fingers growing through her skin, the other one rips her face off and stuff like that. It’s grim, but classy.

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/12/beautiful-and-frightening-mako-vices-bizarre-drawn-girls/

The Many Faces of the Tiger: Funny Drawings by Bu2ma

Bu2ma (Bu-Er-Ma) is an artist from Beijing and a fan of fat cats. His favorite character is a fat tiger who, due to his feline tendencies, does all sorts of naughty things, but at the same time is charming and pleasant from all sides.

Bu2ma is fascinated with the pudgy cat and often experiments with his characters, e.g. turning him into other animals but leaving his trademark traits. It turns out nice.

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/12/the-many-faces-of-the-tiger-funny-drawings-by-bu2ma/

すい臓がんの早期発見が尿1滴で可能に 医学界の長年の夢ついに実現…2022年にも実用化へ

線虫によるがん検査

国立がんセンターの統計によると、がんの死者数ですい臓がんは4番目に多く年間約3万人が亡くなっています。
すい臓がんは自覚症状が早期に表れず発見された時には治療が困難になっている場合が多いです。


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SOURCE: https://note.com/team_building/n/n3e5d2ee739a9

Jail Feet’s Tattooed Feet

It is not known who exactly runs Jail Feet’s instagram account. It could be an Afghan war veteran, a housewife from Michigan, or even a Russian student hiding from the military draft – given the current level of photo processing technology, none of the options can be discarded.

That said, the feet themselves (whoseever they are) are terrifyingly beautiful. The author has as much fun with them as she (or he?) can, going everywhere and sticking them everywhere, including in food. If this is not a perfect fetish, I wash my hands of it.

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/12/jail-feets-tattooed-feet/

Iranian Architect Creates Impressive Futuristic Architectural Scetches

The Iranian architect on his Instagram account @daavar.znb publishes futuristic architectural sketches of his projects.

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/12/iranian-architect-creates-impressive-futuristic-architectural-scetches/

The Superb Dystopian Collages by Sam Lubicz

Sam Lubicz is a Los Angeles-born artist and illustrator based in Berlin. His collages investigate not-so-distant dystopian futures with a curious pessimism.

Using obsessive archiving techniques, manipulating imagery sourced from his physical and online environments, his practice has been compared to that of a human GAN. Following in the footsteps of his father, artist Lou Beach, he has been making collages from an early age. He is also 1/2 of the music group 333 Boyz.

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/12/the-superb-dystopian-collages-by-sam-lubicz/

Spectacular Photographs of Newcastle in the 1970s

Between Beresford Road (left) and Avondale Road in 1974.

Trevor Ermel

“I started taking photographs in my school days in the 1960s, as a means of recording my interest in railways,” says Trevor Ermel, whose photographs of Newcastle take us back to when the city was still synonymous with heavy industry.

In the 1970s, old terraced streets were were being demolished. The Central Motorway East was formally opened in August, 1975. The Tyne and Wear Metro rapid transit system was being constructed in readiness for its opening in August, 1980.

“From the 1970s onwards I began recording everyday scenes on Tyneside, particularly in Gateshead where I lived at the time,” says Trevor. “I mainly use the camera for the thing I think it is best at – capturing the changing world around us in a factual way. I often try to include people in pictures to provide an extra element in the scene. I now live in Whitley Bay and am often out with my camera photographing the streets of the town and the changes it is undergoing.”

h/t: flashbak

A 1976 view of the Haymarket area of Newcastle. The ABC cinema is showing the new blockbuster film ‘Jaws’.

Trevor Ermel

Signs of the times – Scotswood Road 1978

Trevor Ermel

Probably Raby Street, but open to correction.

Trevor Ermel

Westmorland Road, Newcastle opposite Marlborough Crescent bus station in 1977

Trevor Ermel

Byker back lane 1974

Trevor Ermel

A nice lineup of Northern buses at Worswick Street bus station in 1976

Trevor Ermel

Railway Street Newcastle 29-10-78

Trevor Ermel

Sunday market on the Quayside in 1978

Trevor Ermel

Neville Street and Central Station in 1976

Trevor Ermel

Newcastle end of Metro Bridge 26-7-78

Trevor Ermel

Marlborough Crescent Newcastle 12-3-77

Trevor Ermel

Newcastle Central Station 4-9-77

Trevor Ermel

Newcastle Quayside 7-10-78

Trevor Ermel

The crowds are out in force at Tynemouth to see the departure of the ‘Esso Northumbria’ on 9th February 1970, the first of the ‘supertankers’ to be built on the Tyne

Trevor Ermel

The skyline at North Shields has changed a bit since this 1975 view was taken, looking over from South Shields

Trevor Ermel

View to Newcastle from Gateshead in 1975, with a queue waiting to cross the Swing Bridge

Trevor Ermel

Pottery Lane, Newcastle, looking towards the end of the old Redheugh Bridge (to the left) in 1978

Trevor Ermel

The old Cattle Market Keeper’s House, plus some contemporary cars, in 1977

Trevor Ermel

The ‘Tyne Pride’ being built at Swan Hunter’s yard in Wallsend in 1975 – it was launched on 6th October

Trevor Ermel

Carville Road, Byker prob 1975

Trevor Ermel

Newcastle Bigg Market in 1976, with open air market stalls in the foreground

Trevor Ermel

Massive construction work for the Tyne & Wear Metro in 1977 – building the tunnel for the line through Byker

Trevor Ermel

Demolition in Byker in 1974, although I did not make a note of the street.

Trevor Ermel

The ‘Evening Chronicle’ seller in an apt sheltered spot in Byker in 1975.

Trevor Ermel

Fishing boats at North Shields fish quay in 1975

Trevor Ermel

Another view of Carville Road, this time from 1974. The car on the right seems to have the reg. 431SHN in case anyone recognises it!

Trevor Ermel

This farmer’s field near Ryton, to the west of Gateshead, had a rather dramatic background of the cooling towers of Stella North Power Station over the river in Newburn.

Trevor Ermel

Ouseburn Viaduct & Byker Bridge Newcastle 23-5-75

Trevor Ermel

A 1976 view in Newcastle from St. Mary’s Place towards the Haymarket.

Trevor Ermel

A 1987 view from the end of Neville Street, Newcastle, towards the junction of Westmorland Road and Clayton Street West.

Trevor Ermel

Conversation piece at the Byker Wall in 1975

Trevor Ermel

North Shields Fish Quay in 1975

Trevor Ermel

SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/12/spectacular-photographs-of-newcastle-in-the-1970s/

Spectacular Photographs of Newcastle in the 1970s

Between Beresford Road (left) and Avondale Road in 1974.

Trevor Ermel

“I started taking photographs in my school days in the 1960s, as a means of recording my interest in railways,” says Trevor Ermel, whose photographs of Newcastle take us back to when the city was still synonymous with heavy industry.

In the 1970s, old terraced streets were were being demolished. The Central Motorway East was formally opened in August, 1975. The Tyne and Wear Metro rapid transit system was being constructed in readiness for its opening in August, 1980.

“From the 1970s onwards I began recording everyday scenes on Tyneside, particularly in Gateshead where I lived at the time,” says Trevor. “I mainly use the camera for the thing I think it is best at – capturing the changing world around us in a factual way. I often try to include people in pictures to provide an extra element in the scene. I now live in Whitley Bay and am often out with my camera photographing the streets of the town and the changes it is undergoing.”

h/t: flashbak

A 1976 view of the Haymarket area of Newcastle. The ABC cinema is showing the new blockbuster film ‘Jaws’.

Trevor Ermel

Signs of the times – Scotswood Road 1978

Trevor Ermel

Probably Raby Street, but open to correction.

Trevor Ermel

Westmorland Road, Newcastle opposite Marlborough Crescent bus station in 1977

Trevor Ermel

Byker back lane 1974

Trevor Ermel

A nice lineup of Northern buses at Worswick Street bus station in 1976

Trevor Ermel

Railway Street Newcastle 29-10-78

Trevor Ermel

Sunday market on the Quayside in 1978

Trevor Ermel

Neville Street and Central Station in 1976

Trevor Ermel

Newcastle end of Metro Bridge 26-7-78

Trevor Ermel

Marlborough Crescent Newcastle 12-3-77

Trevor Ermel

Newcastle Central Station 4-9-77

Trevor Ermel

Newcastle Quayside 7-10-78

Trevor Ermel

The crowds are out in force at Tynemouth to see the departure of the ‘Esso Northumbria’ on 9th February 1970, the first of the ‘supertankers’ to be built on the Tyne

Trevor Ermel

The skyline at North Shields has changed a bit since this 1975 view was taken, looking over from South Shields

Trevor Ermel

View to Newcastle from Gateshead in 1975, with a queue waiting to cross the Swing Bridge

Trevor Ermel

Pottery Lane, Newcastle, looking towards the end of the old Redheugh Bridge (to the left) in 1978

Trevor Ermel

The old Cattle Market Keeper’s House, plus some contemporary cars, in 1977

Trevor Ermel

The ‘Tyne Pride’ being built at Swan Hunter’s yard in Wallsend in 1975 – it was launched on 6th October

Trevor Ermel

Carville Road, Byker prob 1975

Trevor Ermel

Newcastle Bigg Market in 1976, with open air market stalls in the foreground

Trevor Ermel

Massive construction work for the Tyne & Wear Metro in 1977 – building the tunnel for the line through Byker

Trevor Ermel

Demolition in Byker in 1974, although I did not make a note of the street.

Trevor Ermel

The ‘Evening Chronicle’ seller in an apt sheltered spot in Byker in 1975.

Trevor Ermel

Fishing boats at North Shields fish quay in 1975

Trevor Ermel

Another view of Carville Road, this time from 1974. The car on the right seems to have the reg. 431SHN in case anyone recognises it!

Trevor Ermel

This farmer’s field near Ryton, to the west of Gateshead, had a rather dramatic background of the cooling towers of Stella North Power Station over the river in Newburn.

Trevor Ermel

Ouseburn Viaduct & Byker Bridge Newcastle 23-5-75

Trevor Ermel

A 1976 view in Newcastle from St. Mary’s Place towards the Haymarket.

Trevor Ermel

A 1987 view from the end of Neville Street, Newcastle, towards the junction of Westmorland Road and Clayton Street West.

Trevor Ermel

Conversation piece at the Byker Wall in 1975

Trevor Ermel

North Shields Fish Quay in 1975

Trevor Ermel

SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/12/spectacular-photographs-of-newcastle-in-the-1970s/

Bizarre Modern Russian Housing Complexes Examplified By Samara City

Housing complex “Tough Springs” must the most inhuman housing complex in Russia now. Samara “luxury”. Yes, they say these houses are elite.

h/t: englishrussia

The church in this place looks like mockery.

Compare with a housing complex “Northern Valley” in Saint Petersburg.


Welcome to the “Tough Springs”!

SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/12/bizarre-modern-russian-housing-complexes-examplified-by-samara-city/

The Science Fiction Gallery 2021-12-04 19:00:33

Guillaume Boetti - Civil War, 2016.

SOURCE: https://sciencefictiongallery.tumblr.com/post/669633251584917504